With the fourth Sunday of the NFL season over, these three teams put on the most impressive performances of week four. The Houston Texans put up a historical number of points against the rival Titans. The Los Angeles Rams appear to be for real after defeating Dallas on the road. Lastly, the Buffalo Bills managed to beat the defending NFC champions on the road.

Houston Texans

The Houston Texans (1-2) came out and jumped all over the Tennessee Titans (2-1), running out to a 30-14 lead at halftime.The score only got uglier in the second half after Marcus Mariota got injured as the Texans would end up winning 57-14.

The Texans managed 445 total yards, 33 first downs and forced 5 turnovers on their way to scoring their most points ever.

They managed to score 7 touchdowns after only managing to score 4 in their first three games. They scored on each of their first three drives, which they had not done since a 28-21 week seven victory over the Lions in 2008.

DeShaun Watson managed to become only the third rookie to ever pass for four touchdowns and run for one in a single game. The other two players to do so were Hall of Famer Fran Tarkenton and Charlie Conerly.

Los Angeles Rams

The Los Angeles Rams (2-1) faced the toughest test of their season, taking on the Dallas Cowboys (2-1) at AT&T Stadium.

Their defense once again looked porous, as the Cowboys scored a touchdown with just under two minutes before halftime to take a 24-13 lead.

However, the Rams would then score 19 unanswered points to take a 32-24 lead midway through the fourth quarter. Dallas would answer with their only points of the second half, making it 32-30 after failing the two-point conversion.

Greg Zuerlein made a franchise record 7th field goal with 1:55 left to make it 35-30 and then the defense stopped Dallas on the final drive.

The Rams now have scored over 30 points in three of their first four games, after only doing do three times in the past two seasons. Todd Gurley finished the game with a career-high 215 total yards.

He also has 7 total touchdowns through the first four games, tying Elroy Hirsch (1951) for the most in team history.

Buffalo Bills

The Buffalo Bills (2-1) faced a difficult road test against one of the league's two remaining undefeated teams in the Atlanta Falcons (3-0). Atlanta scored with 7 minutes left to take tie the game at 17-17.

Then Bills kicker Steven Hauschka came up clutch, making 55 and 56-yard field goals to extend the lead to 23-17.

Atlanta had a final chance to win the game but the Bills stopped then when they were fourth-and-one at the 10-yard line with 0:44 left. While Atlanta outdid Buffalo in basically every statistical category, the Bills managed to come up with three turnovers while playing clean football.